Dear All Seasons Bloggers,
The link this week is open from Sunday Feb. 3 – through Friday Feb. 8 noon, Pacific time!
Thank you dear blog friends for all the interesting places and objects, uncomfortable or difficult circumstances, and great experiences you shared last week with All Seasons! As well as your kind and lovely comments:)
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Thought that with a new year ahead, “road” signs may play an important role. The subject is endless, so I chose a few that pertain to my own situation:). If you don’t know what to post this week for All Seasons you are welcome to join me:)
If slowly unpacking this new year, the first is to think about
where you are going. So many choices!
A road sign for wineries:
Sutter Creek, Dry town, Middleton, Amador City …
do you know that feeling of …uh right or left?
When driving from North California to South into Los Angeles,
you pass the Grapevine Corridor.
Thought it was worth showing the whole view.
This sign here is in my opinion much too nice!
It apparently is not effective for the rude and selfish drivers
which make this corridor is more stressful than driving
on a 6 lane free way in Los Angeles,
We often also organize to satisfy our wants and desires.
It may be a little thing, but a mug needs to be for me
the right size and nice logo (no text ).
I recently bought mugs the size of
a soup cup, so I use them for soup
(but they were sold as coffee cups).
For fun – without these labels (signs) one could get seriously lost!
It’s a well known wool provider – Brown Sheep – Encinitas, close to San Diego
Most of the year though it’s too warm for wool in Calif.,
but Noro (a Japanese co.) and others have plenty of cotton
and silk blends with wool.
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